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KubeVela 1.5: The Flexible Selection of CNCF Atomic Capabilities to Build a Unique Enterprise Application Release Platform

This article discusses the progress and updates in the newly released KubeVela 1.5.

KubeVela-Based GitOps Delivery

This article describes the steps of using KubeVela to deliver in GitOps mode.

KubeVela v1.2 Focuses on the Developer Experience and Simplified Multi-Cluster Application Delivery

This article discusses the release of KubeVela v1.2.

Seven Principles of Cloud-Native Architecture

This article explains the seven principles of cloud-native architecture.

Simplify Cloud Application Delivery as KubeVela Becomes a CNCF Sandbox Project

This article explains how KubeVela can make cloud application delivery easier.

KubeVela + KEDA: Inherent Auto Scaling for Applications

This article will briefly explain how to make application auto scaling simple with KEDA and why Alibaba Cloud EDAS is fully standardized on KEDA.

KubeVela: One of the Hottest Golang Cloud Native and Open Source Project!

This post introduces the open source KubeVela project and explores the reasons why this project became so popular in the cloud native field.

OAM Founding Team Reveals How to Implement OAM Kubernetes

This article gives a detailed overview of OAM and discusses how it can be used to help with Kubernetes application management.

Deep Dive into OAM: Using OAM to Define and Manage Kubernetes Built-in Workloads

This article uses Deployment workloads to describe how to use OAM to define and manage cloud-native applications based on Kubernetes built-in workloads.

What Is the Difference Between KubeVela and PaaS? An In-Depth Interpretation

In this article, we'll discuss why KubeVela is different from other PaaS solutions, and how you can take full advantage of it.

OAM v1alpha2 Balances Standards and Scalability

This article outlines the changes in the Open Application Model (OAM) v1alpha2 version and highlights how the latest version balances standards and scalability.

Open Application Model: Carving building blocks for Platforms

In this blog, Andy Shi talks about how the OAM can address the concerns of both developers and DevOps operators, creating a smooth user experience in a unified approach.

It's the World's First Application Management Model, and It's Open-Source!

Alibaba and Microsoft have joined forces to try to make developing and managing cloud applications for developers just as easy as managing apps on your iPhone.